The border that divides the Dutch and French sides of the island runs across the center of Simpson Bay Lagoon.

St. Maarten: The Friendly Island

With lively Dutch Sint Maarten to the south, laid-back French Saint Martin to the north, and no marked border in-between, visiting the Friendly Island is like getting a two-for-one deal.
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A view of the Pitons from Jade Mountain.

St. Lucia: Simply Beautiful

Tucked away in the Windward Islands of the Lesser Antilles, St. Lucia’s intoxicating natural beauty is nearly unmatched in the Caribbean.
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Lush greens and deep blues make for rich scenery.

St. Kitts: Follow Your Heart

From a dormant volcano to a historic fortress to a batik plantation estate, St. Kitts boasts myriad ways to make the most of your time in port.
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San Juan wows with some of the Caribbean’s best-preserved coastal forts.

San Juan: The Walled City

In Old San Juan, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, colorful Spanish-colonial buildings line blue cobblestoned streets with stunning historic forts standing guard over the harbor.
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Roatán’s coastal waters offer an abundance of stunning dive sites.

Roatán: A World of Attractions

To make the most of Roatán, bring a sense of adventure. Iguanas, monkeys, butterflies, and parrots await. The tiny island offers a world of attractions to explore.
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Nassau House City View

Nassau: Bahamian Paradise

Jet-set travelers and locals alike are lured to the Bahamian capital by its special charm, appetizing flavors, and white-sand beaches.
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Miami Beach View

Miami: The Magic City

Its world-renowned beaches, electric nightlife, Latin flavor, and cosmopolitan vibe are a magnet for jet setters the world over.
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Key West Beach Sand Trees

Key West: The Conch Republic

Famous as a fishing village, a funky little town, a pirate hideaway, and an artists’ retreat, Key West is a warmhearted port where all are welcome.
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Falmouth Waterfall And Rocks

Jamaica: Exploring Falmouth, Ocho Rios, and Montego Bay

Falmouth’s location makes it easy to experience other parts of Jamaica, in addition to the port.
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